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Women Phenomenologists on Social Ontology: We-Experiences, Communal Life, and Joint Action


Women Phenomenologists on Social Ontology: We-Experiences, Communal Life, and Joint Action
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Section I: Social Ontology in Edith Stein and Gerda Walther

1. Antonio Calcagno: Edith Stein and Gerda Walther: The Role of Empathy in Experiencing Community
2. Julia Mühl: Meaning of Individuals within Communities: Gerda Walther and Edith Stein on the Constitution of Social Communities
3. William Tullius: Edith Stein on Social Ontology and the Constitution of Individual Moral Identity
4. Anna Jani: The Ontic-Ontological Aspects of Social Life. Edith Stein's Approach to the Problem
5. Alice Togni: Starting from Husserl: Communal Life according to Edith Stein 6. Martina Galvani: The role of the intellectual in the social organism. Edith Stein's analyses between social ontology and philosophical anthropology
7. Thomas Szanto: The Phenomenology of Shared Emotions - Reassessing Gerda Walther
8. Hans-Bernhard Schmid & Xiaoxi Wu: We-Experience - with Walther 9. Anna Piazza: Gerda Walther between the phenomenology of mystics and the ontology of communities
10. Sebastian Luft: Do We-Experiences Require an Intentional Object? On the Nature of Reflective Communities (Following Gerda Walther)
Section II: The Ontology of Hedwig Conrad-Martius 11. Ronny Miron: Essence, Abyss, and Self - Hedwig Conrad-Martius on the Non-Spatial Dimensions of Being
12. Manuela Massa: "The reinstatement of the phenomenon". Hedwig Conrad Martius and the meaning of "being"
Section III: Edith Stein, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Hannah Arendt on Sociality and Politics 13. Gerhard Thonhauser: From Collectives to Groups - Sartre and Stein on Joint Action and Emotional Sharing
14. Maria Robaszkiewicz: Women as zoa politika, or: Why There Could Never Be a Women's Party. An Arendtian-Inspired Phenomenology of a Female Political Subject
15. Anna-Magdalena Schaupp: Ontology is social. How Arendt Solves a Wittgensteinian Problem

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Breite: 158
Gewicht: 640 g
Höhe: 243
Länge: 17
Seiten: 244
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Ruth Hagengruber, Sebastian Luft

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